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post #106 of 289
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OK.  I'm sure it is an extra cost.  If you look at what you're getting (essentially jewelry), the cost is justified.

 

I'm just personally hoping for something like customizable carbon fiber, brushed titanium/aluminum at a justifiable cost like 50-75.  

post #107 of 289
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I've been trying to explain it to the others....I'm glad some are understanding it. 

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OK.  I'm sure it is an extra cost.  If you look at what you're getting (essentially jewelry), the cost is justified.

post #108 of 289
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OK.  I'm sure it is an extra cost.  If you look at what you're getting (essentially jewelry), the cost is justified.

exactly. cost explained. cost understood. cost justified. end of story

post #109 of 289
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exactly. cost explained. cost understood. cost justified. end of story

 

tongue.gif  Indeed, let's stop talking about the damn costs and throw caution into the wind.

 

After all, the informal greeting of Head-Fi is an apology for your wallet wink_face.gif.

post #110 of 289
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Very much agreed......sorry for your wallet. 

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tongue.gif  Indeed, let's stop talking about the damn costs and throw caution into the wind.

 

After all, the informal greeting of Head-Fi is an apology for your wallet wink_face.gif.

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tongue.gif  Indeed, let's stop talking about the damn costs and throw caution into the wind.

 

After all, the informal greeting of Head-Fi is an apology for your wallet wink_face.gif.

sorry but i don't feel sorry for what doesn't exist

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sorry but i don't feel sorry for what doesn't exist


LOL

post #113 of 289

The AS 2 Black Rhodium plate look so stealth like..........

post #114 of 289
Kenman345, have you demo any of the Heir Audio's IEM? If you did, how does it compare to Aurisonics's IEM?
post #115 of 289
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Have not yet done so, not entirely sure if I will. If I get the opportunity though I definitely will take it and post up some impressions. 

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Kenman345, have you demo any of the Heir Audio's IEM? If you did, how does it compare to Aurisonics's IEM?
post #116 of 289
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Have not yet done so, not entirely sure if I will. If I get the opportunity though I definitely will take it and post up some impressions. 

I hope you do get a chance to check them out if someone have them that is local to you. Both Heir Audio 4.A and 4.Ai is also design with neutral in mind.
post #117 of 289
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I thought all Heir Audio IEM's were tuned for a neutral response....Anyways, their is something to note, Since owning the AS-2's I have not really felt curious to hear anything else besides maybe future Aurisonics products, which Dale has yet to let me in on any or if I'll be able to hear them before others. Listening to the Heir Audio 4.Ai would be more for giving comparisons than for my own curiosity

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I hope you do get a chance to check them out if someone have them that is local to you. Both Heir Audio 4.A and 4.Ai is also design with neutral in mind.
post #118 of 289
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I thought all Heir Audio IEM's were tuned for a neutral response....Anyways, their is something to note, Since owning the AS-2's I have not really felt curious to hear anything else besides maybe future Aurisonics products, which Dale has yet to let me in on any or if I'll be able to hear them before others. Listening to the Heir Audio 4.Ai would be more for giving comparisons than for my own curiosity

 

If they all were, it'd be no fun :p  They most certainly aren't though.  Heir says this themselves on their site and on Head-Fi.  The 4s are neutral, the 3s are more fun (bass-heavy signature).  From what I've read about the 3s so far, it sounds like they are a more boomy version of the ASG-1.  Won't know for sure until I can get my hands on them though.  

 

I'm still uncertain about the AS(G)-2 sound right now though.  Out of everything I've read, I still have no clue what they sound like in a general format (analytical, V-shape, neutral, etc.).  I have a feeling they have a slight V, but then again, I feel like they don't.  


Edited by tinyman392 - 8/10/12 at 3:55pm
post #119 of 289
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Neutral, analytical, warm....I think those are the key words you wanted. What you mean slight v-shape? They are extremely fun in the sense that they make music sound great and i love walking around dancing to the music with them on. That's fun to me :-)

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If they all were, it'd be no fun :p  They most certainly aren't though.  Heir says this themselves on their site and on Head-Fi.  The 4s are neutral, the 3s are more fun (bass-heavy signature).  From what I've read about the 3s so far, it sounds like they are a more boomy version of the ASG-1.  Won't know for sure until I can get my hands on them though.  

 

I'm still uncertain about the AS(G)-2 sound right now though.  Out of everything I've read, I still have no clue what they sound like in a general format (analytical, V-shape, neutral, etc.).  I have a feeling they have a slight V, but then again, I feel like they don't.  

post #120 of 289

There was absolutely NOTHING v-shaped about the AS-2 prototype I heard.  If anything, it was slightly mid forward.  It was definitely on the neutral, slightly warm side of things.

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